Thursday, January 05, 2012

wayfinding


I know you'll pardon the sloth. Now that the detritus is getting up to level of my design wall, it's probably time to do some serious housekeeping.

But the purpose of this shot is to show the progression in the series I've been working on.


Some of the elements in this largest one  bother me and will be changed as the work progresses. 


I missed the morning light window in the studio this morning because I was hunkered down in the still dark bedroom working on the beginnings of a story.

Writing is an entirely different creative process from working with cloth - everything is happening behind your eyes instead of in front of them.

A whole 'nother part of the brain must be engaged and being one hundred percent present in that place is most important. 

There's no mindless stitching  (that I can tell so far) in writing although I did delete as much as I finished up with...akin  to ripping out?

4 comments:

Nancy said...

I could look at this design wall forever :)
"Writing is an entirely different creative process from working with cloth - everything is happening behind your eyes instead of in front of them." YES what a great statement!
I suppose 'morning pages' would be akin to mindless stitching :) that sort of dumping it out journaling.

Edgeworth Johnstone said...

These look great.

Serena said...

these are great!

creativity breeds more creativity.

Sherrie Spangler said...

Your wall makes me think of fantastically colored patios of beautiful tiles or stones.